But as sites can be used for anything from relationships to hookups, you'll want to define what it is you're after before sitting down to write your online dating profile, so as to avoid the overused, "Just checking things out" line.As well, different online dating sites have different relationship categories with which to choose from.The next thing anyone will see on your profile is your tagline.
Light works well for dating or friendship-based profiles, but you can be a little bit more serious for relationship-oriented profiles.
Although pronouncing your handle may seem counterintuitive, (this is dating after all) it will come in handy once you start meeting people.
Because some people use only their handles as a personal identifier for some time, many online daters will come to use your handle as your "name" and may even greet you by your handle upon meeting face to face.
Taglines are very similar to handles in that they offer a very short space with which to impress or attract someone.
They differ in that they can be easily changed and provide a bit more space to describe whatever it is you feel relevant.